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Twitter hails victory in infringement case

A Norfolk federal jury has rejected claims of an Alexandria lawyer that Twitter owed him $40 million for patent infringement. A news release from the Troutman Sanders firm, local counsel for Twitter,  referred to attorney Dinesh Agarwal as a “patent ...

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Twitter hails victory in infringement case

A Norfolk federal jury has rejected claims of an Alexandria lawyer that Twitter owed him $40 million for patent infringement. A news release from the Troutman Sanders firm, local counsel for Twitter,  referred to attorney Dinesh Agarwal as a “patent ...

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Jury mediation: A new tool to resolve cases (access required)

Jasmin, a 14-year-old high school student went for a drive with two friends one winter night. On a state-owned mountain road, their car plunged off a 450-foot cliff and burst into flames. Her two friends miraculously escaped with minor injuries. ...

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Drunken driver guilty of felony murder

A drunken driver who killed a nun in a 2010 car crash was found guilty of felony murder yesterday by a Prince William County circuit judge. The case may be the first reported instance in which a traffic fatality prompted ...

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Freedom of Disinformation

You might have missed this item last week. But the Justice Department has proposed new regulations to interpret the Freedom of Information Act that are logic-bending. In cases involving national security or law enforcement, some agencies now are allowed to ...

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